26 J. Radio & Audio Media 351 (2019)
Radio and Audio in 2018

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                    Radio and audio in 2018

    Compiled by Elizabeth Edwards, Jessica Ireland, Beles Lezina,
    Shazad Brandon Omarali, Hannah Schallert, Jade Robertson &
                               Micah Zierer-Clyke


   This compilation represents a snapshot of radio and some audio research pub-
 lished in 2018. As a snapshot it is incomplete, but we hope to gather a more
 comprehensive list for 2019. Reminiscent of the selected thesis and dissertations
 of the first ten years of this journal, this list will help to bring attention to the varied
 strands of research in radio and audio studies.



                             Disclosure statement

   No potential conflict of interest was reported by the author.





Elizabeth Edwards (MA York University 2015) is a PhD Student in the Joint Program Communication &
Culture at York University and book review editor for the Journal of Radio & Audio Media.
Jessica Ireland, (Honors BA Politics, York University) currently an MA student in Politics, York University.
Beles Lezina, (Honors BA Communication Studies, York University).
Shazad Brandon Omarali Honors BA, Criminology, York University, a law student at Osgoode Hall, York
University, Toronto, Ontario.
Hannah Schallert, (Honors BFA in Dance, York University, 2019) currently an MFA student at York's
Cinema and Media Studies MA program.is a dance and media artist, administrator, and researcher.
Jade Robertson, (Honors BA in Communication Studies and minor in marketing, York University, 2020).
Micah Zierer-Clyke is completing an Honors BA in Communication Studies and Business, York University.












Q 2019 Broadcast Education Association   Journal of Radio & Audio Media 26(2), 2019, pp. 351-359
DOI: https://doi.org/lO. 1080/19376529.2019.1678806  ISSN: 1937-6529 print/1937-6537 online

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